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of the massive meteor that injured nearly 1,000 people in russia last week have exploded online. but it may surprise you to learn that they are not the work of an amateur videographer who happened to be in the right place at the right time. they are actually thanks to the russian dash cam phenomenon. now the how, what and why. >> reporter: they're the videos everyone is talking about. rare images of a meteor streaking over russia. after not once, not twice but many times, all on dashboard cameras, then uploaded on youtube. those videos aren't such a surprise here. those cameras are almost everywhere in russia. and the reason behind one of youtube's most viral phenomenons. russia's lawless roads. they're small video cameras mounted inside the windshield. they capture all sorts of madness. death defying crashes. road rage. the inexplicable. yes, those are cows spilling out of a truck. yes, that's a helicopter. that's a tank. that's a fighter jet. this camera caught a plane crash slamming into the side of the highway. but they're not just youtube gold. these cameras serve an important purpose.
a met your exploded over russia this morning and over 100 people were hurt from flying glass from the sonic boom that was created from the 10-ton rock. then an asteroid passed closer to earth closer than a lot of our satellites. steve has more. >> imagine nasa spent over a year tracking that asteroid waiting to for it to get its closer point today to be outshined by the met your. the images coming out of russia are almost unbelievable. imagine seeing this bright flash on your drive to work this morning. the shock waves shattering glass, damaging buildings and injuring hundreds of people it exploded over central russia. an 11-year-old described ates pretty cool. inside nasa described it this way. >> it formed four and half billion years ago but it spent most of its life outside the asteroid belt. >> the blast in russia almost overshadowed the earth's close call with the asteroid, a 150-foot chunk of rack, big enough to create a crater similar to these craters caused by asteroids striking the moon. >> the good news is we've been tracking this
from outer space. a sudden meteor shower, raining down chunks of burning rocks on russia. >> the speeding meteorite was captured on camera, streaking across the skies of siberia overnight. shattering windows and injuring more than 400 people. many of him hit by broken glass. >> 20,000 soldiers have been sent to that scene. with so many windows shattered, schools in the area had to be closed because the temps had dipped to about zero outside. it's a developing situation, which we'll continue to follow throughout the day. we'll have much more, from russia, coming up later in this half hour. >>> breaking news does not stop there. also from overnight, the nightmarish vacation cruise is finally over for all of those passengers who have been stuck onboard "the triumph." >> some boarded buses for new orleans or texas. while others settled into hotels in mobile, alabama. all in search of a hot shower and warm food. marci gonzalez join us from mobile, alabama. good morning, marci. >> reporter: here it is. the carnival cruise docked. and hours later, all of the relieved passengers
on "world news" on this saturday night -- we all remember the amazing shots of that meteorite in russia. on dash cams. but tonight, what else those dash cams are capturing. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. and they have six grams of sugars. with fifteen grams of protein to help manage hunger... look who's getting smart about her weight. [ male announcer ] glucerna hungeger smart. a smart way to help manage hunger and diabetes. can you start the day the way you want? can orencia help? could your "i want" become "i can"? talk to your doctor. orenci
about that crashed in russia. how long it could take with the damage to be fixed and at what cost. that is ahead. plus, a small plane crash in utah. here what one of the passengers impact, allfore caught on tape. impact, allfore ca[ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, yoyou can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. captioned by thenational captioning institute-- >> you are.org-- abc seven news at 11:00, on your side. that meteor the crash? fixing the damage will cost $11 million. here the images of that
back on american soil and headed home. a this is amateur video of russia.e falling in it injured more than 400 people. good morning, washington. it's friday, february 15. i am cynne simpson. >> i am scott thuman. great to have you along. let's get to jacqui jeras to about what we are in store for. >> interesting weather in the next 24 hours. we have a mixed bag again as a weak weather system approaches rainfall for the drive home tonight. starting pleasant today, 38 at national, 32 at dulles, degrees in manassas. the skies are fair throughout region for the most part. we expect icker clouds day andut the eventually becoming mostly cloudy. be mild into the 50's this afternoon. expecting rain by 5:00. then we will see a change to snow late tonight. details for the long holiday weekend, coming up. first, time for traffic and .eather jamee relatively quiet from the traffic center. item potentially in virginia. 395 past shirlington, glebe oad, towards the pentagon, a possible crash. there are the way to check it out. i will have more on that in 10 minutes. between stanford and the beltway,
. >> meanwhile, take a look at this. this is a meteor streaking over the skies in russia. this was just one of two major events space related today. hours ago an asteroid passed over the earth. first time one that large made it so close to the earth. abc 7 greta kreuz is live in the satellite center. >> it is just a coincidence we're told that we got an asteroid and moot your in the same day. it is like a shooting gallery around here. at the space museum a big show inside. a live nasa feed of the 2012 da14. it is 150-foot rock hurled across the night sky just before 2:30 our time. it was 17,000 miles from the earth before flying back into space. >> you see it going by so fast and realizing it is so close. it was amazing. >> it was amazing to see the damage it could have done. >> but it didn't. unlike in russia where they saw a blinding flash of light where a meteor unleashed sonic booms. 1,000 people were hurt from the flag fragments but flu debris and glass when the shock wave blow new windows of buildings. they told us that meteors come into the ea
people were hurt in russia. 40 people are still in the hospital. damages estimated at $40 million. they promised to double the broken windows fixed within a week. the explosion was estimated to be as powerful as 20 atomic bombs. if you are married and living together in virginia, you may be technically breaking the law. it hasn't happened in 20 years but we will tell you what has happened to this painting inside the national gallery. and another close call with something from space. what scientists are saying that is. >> the commonwealth is preparing to repeal the 1036-year-old law that makes it illegal for -- 136-robocall that makes it illegal for unmarried couples to live together. -- 136-year-old law that makes it illegal for unmarried couples to live together. >> it takes away people's rights. to me, it's wrong. >> state road 18.2345 calls it lewd and lascivious behavior, a class three misdemeanor. >> i am surprised that was even on the books still. i thought -- i am surprised in nevada was trying to return a. >> the code should be through. we shouldn't have lost -- we should
in russia. well, now two meteor sightings have been sighted over the united states. so, experts are racing to create a system that could give earthlings more of a warning. abc's kirit radia tonight from russia. >> reporter: in the skies over california, a fireball lights up the night sky. then last night, a meteor shower in florida. all this after a giant meteor exploded over russia traveling more than 60 times faster than the speed of sound. exploding in the atmosphere with the force of 30 hiroshima bombs. it's a barrage from space that has everyone asking, are we ready for the big one? some 100 tons of space rock enter earth's atmosphere every day, and while much of it lands in the ocean, pex erts are on the alert. >> there is a distinct possibility on of those things is headed our way and we don't even know about it. >> reporter: they say the idea of blowing up an asteroid like bruce willis did in "armageddon" is hollywood fantasy. even if you could hit the meteor, it's unlikely to stop it. but one prominent group has another idea, straight out of a science fiction movie. >> push it int
mcclain, back in action, going out on a mission. it takes place in russia. he's trying to make amends with his grown son, jack. he finds himself wrapped up in this plot and they have to fight bad guys and shoot 400 people. take a listen. >> and bruce willis is 79 years old. >> get out of the way! sorry, ma'am. knock knock. >> that's right. rotten tomatoes, the crowd loves this one, 82%. critics, 13% from the critics. but the series has been around since 1988 was the first "die hard." i love bruce willis, i'm going to check it out. yippy kiya, mother russia. >> i'm working on "escape from planet earth," a 3-d animated space adventure. this is a cute movie. it's about a guy or an astronaut, he gets trapped by going to help a known alien -- dangerous alien planet. his brother has to come help him. we're talking about brendan frazier, ricky gervais, sarah jessica parker. so take a listen. >> freeze. >> who's next? >> okay, i love you guys. >> all right. so the good news is, there aren't a whole lot of reviews out there just yet. but there is one quick review that basically says, it's fami
with the suspect. it is a story that seems to have everyone talking today. hundreds of people injured in russia after meteorites slammed into a city in the mountains. this comes on the same day as an asteroid barely mrs. the earth. john gonzalez has more. -- barely misses the earth. >> and amazing. >> it is apocalyptic. >> the air blast shattered glass from several buildings, leaving hundreds injured. >> meteorites fall regularly. dozens of them recorded every year. >> it occurred in russia. >> [unintelligible] >> that was only the first act. 150 ft asteroid is headed toward the earth -- or very close any way. >> never before in human history have we seen an object of this size come this close to the earth's surface. >> the moon is 200,000 miles from earth. the asteroid will come as close as 17,000 miles. that's even closer than communications satellites. >> it will be my first time to see one. >> you better have a good set of binoculars or telescope around 2:00 or so this afternoon. and you'll have to be in australia or eastern europe. john gonzalez, abc 7 news. >> great television fiction on
her leg, a torch for a c.e.o.. she will be back for the 2014 olympics in russia. the party goes on in bal >> we have got time to hear what have to say about the forecast. me show a the next batch of snow showers and flurries. maybe a few flurries tonight, maybe not. it will be cloudy otherwise. it looks like it will be very nice tomorrow. we're looking at a chance of a storm. clearing over the weekend and a very pleasant warming trend. up early next week. bob ryan will have an important clipper tonight at 11:00. >> ok. >> thank you for that. >> join us again at 11:00. >> a local woman's reputation is ruined. police and the courts agree that he is a boyfriend from hell. a report that you will see only had 11:00.
cameras of cars, so popular here in russia. the blast was so powerful, it knocked down a wall at this factory. in all, over 1200 people were injured, mostly from broken glass. 3,000 buildings damaged, over a million square feet of glass shattered. many were injured after going to the window to check out the flash in the sky. the glass shatters and bounced back on me. my beard was cut over, this man says. the meteor was believed to be about 50 feet wide, weighing a whopping 7700 ton, about the same as the eiffel tower. it raced toward the earth at ov over 40,000 miles an hour. as it crashed into the atmosphere, it began to break into pieces, causing those booms and sending those powerful shockwaves towards the ground, rocking a zone hundreds of miles wide. the shockwaves causing all the damage. as for pieces of the meteor, one of the bigger chunks landed here, leaving a hole in this frozen lake. tonight, 20,000 soldiers have been sent to help the residents struggling without window. russian television coverage has been going wall to wall with what some said looked like a scene
home gets struck meteor. nasa says there were no worries the act asteroid. weighed asin russia as the eiffel tower. >> pretty incredible. also tonight, we are hearing more horrifying stories on what a true nightmare at sea. 44 lines of people on board the c --val cruise -- crews carnival cruise ship triumph are back home. we have stories of survival and recovery.ional >> a long recovery, but closer to the end. newsands of arrived in orleans. thinkingthey will be sleeping in warm beds. the end of a voyage they had anticipating for days. >> we only had an hour-and-a- half to sleep. be going home. >> a fire breaks out in the ship's engine room. the ship started drifting in the gulf of mexico. >> we were on an inside cabin. had no lights, no running water and no toilets that flush. >> at times, the ship leaves at angles -- leaned at odd angles. >> there was sewage everywhere. we had to walk over it to use the bathroom. >> u.s. coast guard and ntsb working to figure what went wrong. investigators are looking into the fire, crew response, and safety procedures the ship. >> there coul
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on on national tv. david? >> bazi kanani from south africa. and from russia this evening, the fall-out from the massive meteor. tonight we learned it was traveling 46,000 miles per hour when it crashed. and this evening, people on the internet looking to make money off their supposed meed meteoric finds. here's kirit radia. >> reporter: the meteor exploded in midair. the force of 30 hiroshima bombs, scattering glass across the region. and also scattering valuable fragments, worth big money for anyone who finds them. tonight scientists have confirmed the first fragment found near this hole where a big chunk landed. meteor debris is worth $100 to $100,000 depending on size. already so-called meteor pieces are showing up on ebay, this one going for $490. this one for just under a thousand. notice how they don't look anything alike. so that's it, huh? this man found a tiny rock he thinks was part of the meteor. he says he found it on the edge -- of that frozen lake. the hole became something of a tourist attraction, people streaming in to see it for themselves. >> reporter: some more conspiracy
on camera in russia. it sent four400 to the hospital. >> robert griffin iii is used to getting a lot of tweets from france. some local high-school students are bombarding him with tweets and for good reason. we will tell you why. "good morning washington" at 5:00 begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's friday, february 15. i am scott thuman. i am cynne simpson. . good morning to you. let's get to meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> we have some whether you need to know about especially if you have a late dinner plans to night. a wintry mix is headed this way. that includes snow. starting with 37 degrees in d.c. this morning 33 in dallas, 30 in gaithersburg. it is a dry start with fair skies. an upper level system and a coastal system will come together this weekend to bring a chance of snow, but nothing major. the bus stop forecast for today, looking at a temperature of 40 degrees with sunshine. so clouded by recess. 55 degrees by dropped off. the rena by about 4:00 this afternoon -- rain by 4:00. let's check on tra
strike in russia. the immense impact and who is trying to profit from it. >> good old ebay. >> interesting. >>> if you're not already revved up, wait until you hear how danica patrick made history yet again with nascar. >>> and we're getting a rare look into pixarstudios. how the movie "brave" came to live. >> and you introduced me to something new tonight. >> i brought enough for the whole class. chicken in a biskit. you know out there that you've had some of these and they are incredible. you had some and you liked them. >> they're very good. >> you don't need a dip. >> it's a little salty, though. ten of them, you're asking for a stroke. >> what's the serving size? seven. >> seven is enough salt for the week. don't eat too many. this is what we do before we go on the show. never heard of them. >> you're welcome, world. >> i'm hooked now. love it. >>> we begin this half hour with the blizzard-like conditions and the freezing weather from maine down to florida. it's everywhere. >> and some areas in the northeast hit by that historic blizzard just days ago, two weeks ago in
russia. extraordinary video coming in all night from cameras across the impact zone. >>> breaking overnight, sounds of joy. the crippled cruise ship finally arrived, as harried passengers run off and kiss the ground. we'll show you the incredible video from onboard the carnival "triumph," as things went from bad to worse, as we talk live to the passengers. >>> also breaking this morning, olympic hero, oscar pistorius, holds his head in his hands, weeping in court. charged with the murder of his model girlfriend. as cops hold what may be the gun he used to shoot her. >>> we're going to have a baby. >> and special delivery. the street buried in two feet of snow after the massive storm. the mom who couldn't wait for the plows. her whole neighborhood pulling her on a sled to get to the hospital. get ready to meet the miracle blizzard baby. >>> and good morning, america. happy friday to robin, heading into her last weekend before it's back to work. just five more days. >> a long weekend. >> great to have elizabeth vargas here. and a whole lot happened while all of you were sleeping. th
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the pope so exhausted looking. >>> there are new details about friday's meteor strike in central russia. scientists are confirming the first fragments have been located. found near a hole in a frozen lake where a big chunk landed. some so-called meteor piece, with no proof they're the real deal, have appeared on ebay. >>> now to the immigration reform. republicans and democrats alike are predicting president obama would fail if he pushes forward with his own plan. illegal immigrants would be able to get a green card in eight years. top republican law maikers don't like that. >> by giving advantage for those who cut in line ahead of those coming here legally, he's looking for a partisan advantage. >> the white house says the president would push his own plan only if lawmakers can't get the job done. >>> police tape where one woman was murdered in chicago. six others wounded. this woman's sister was on stage with the president just six hours prior. >>> after chicago, the president headed to florida, where he had a golf date yesterday with, tiger woods. they played at the exclusive club wh
escaping russia's new ban on adoptions to the united states. it went into effect on january 1st. part of russia's retaliation for a set of human rights sanctions passed by the u.s. last year. americans have adopted over 60,000 russian children since the end of the soviet union. but russian officials have pointed to the cases of 19 children reportedly abused by american parents. ordinary russians reached out to offer support. one woman gave kendra and jason $1,000 to help cover expenses. another dropped off a pair of warm boots for paulina. finally, authorities agreed to allow about 50 children to travel to the u.s., including paulina. yet hundreds more adoptions remain stuck. those families may never see the children again. as she prepared to leave moscow, paulina was excited. practicing her english, and playing with her new gift. >> she's learning that it's forever and we'll be there when she goes to sleep and wakes up. >> reporter: when the plane touched down in houston, paulina skaggs was finally home. >> and good to see that story, but keep in mine that hundreds of cases are still
the rebels, engage deeply in a dangerous war for this region or broker a peace, probably with russia. give the syrian people an opportunity to determine their future and at least in the first stages, assad's likely to be a part of that process. >> congressman engel, is that the choice? >> i think it is. i think it's time to armed the rebels. i think the free syria army needs help. we know who they are. it's time that we make that move. >> i spoke to white house officials about this. they make two arguments against arming the rebels. one, you don't want them to have shoulder-fire missiles because of the threat to aircraft. number two, the opposition is getting what it needs right now from the gulf states. >> well, shoulder-fired weapons, i'm not talking about that. i certainly think there are other things that we can use to get to them. it's never the right time. always a time that could be better. i think we run the risk of seeing assad hang on for a long time. he's a bad player. back in 1979, when his father was in power, countries that aid and abet terrorism, syria was a chartered member
in the search for that meeting or that exploded in the skies over russia. >> the university of maryland student is >> friends are shedding new light on the university of maryland student stabbed to death of her homecoming weekend. >> police searched for the man responsible. brad ellis on campus for the latest. >> a very sad day out here at the university of maryland's eastern shore. this young man was very well known and very well liked. he leaves behind a girlfriend he was eight months pregnant. >> this is edmund st. claire performing under one of his stage names. his family says he loved music and he was also a serious student, who hoped to become a surgeon. >> he does more to prove a point, like sen the message. >> he set the example of how to be a good person and everything you do. >> all those hopes and dreams ended when he was stabbed in the chest during an altercation in the heart of campus saturday evening. his brother and cousin were with him when it happened. it was homecoming weekend. st. clare, a junior, was hoping to show his visiting family a good time. they were dropped -- they w
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are looking for any sort of tea leaves. meteorites hitting russia, anything that might suggest that hillary clinton is running. i think we're going to have a date every saturday to talk about this, dan. what's interesting, a source close to hillary says she is very seriously considering her options. and is interested in a potential run. what i am also hearing is they are looking to see who her republican challenger might be. someone like governor chris christie of new jersey might be a tougher candidate to try and defeat, dan. >> there's reports that if john schriffen manages to score two baskets in the nba all-star game, she will definitely run. reena ninan, at the white house this morning. thank you, reena. >>> time to check the overnight headlines. for that, as always, ron claiborne. >> we begin with new details on the final shoot-out between christopher dorner and police in big bear, california. authorities getting a clearer picture of what went on in that cabin where dorner made his last stand. abc's john muller is here with the latest. john? >> reporter: investigators were initially u
and says that only raises chances of a wider conflict in the middle east. clinton criticized russia for blocking sanctions against syria at the u.n. clinton's successor, john kerry finish his last day as senator with a farewell tour of native massachusetts. he said america's string ength overseas depend on working in a bipartisan way here at home. kerry is sworn in today as the nation's 68th secretary of state. >>> no end in sight to the tense hostage standoff involving a gunman and 5-year-old boy in alabama. police say 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes is holding the boy in an underground bunker stocked with supplies. only means of communication through a narrow ventilation pipe. the boy is autistic. medication has though been delivered through the pipe and police say jimmy lee dykes grabbed him after shooting the boy's school bus driver. >>> a middle school student faces charges for a school yard shooting in atlanta. a 14-year-old was shot and wounded in the next thursday. the young gunman fired several rounds before an armedecurity guard was able to take away the weapon. police believe
are still pending. russia recently banned american adoptions. >>> investigators are getting to the bottom of just what went wrong with the carnival "triumph." the cause that disabled the cruise ship was a leak in a fuel tank. the oil dripped on a hot surface and caught fire. the official said that the crew responded appropriately to the fire. >>> the horse meat scandal in europe has now drawn in food giant nestles. the global food company is suspending delivery of all of its products that include beef from one of its german suppliers because they found traces of horse dna in them. among the products, beef ravioli and tortellini. nestle insists there are no food safety issues here. none of the products are sold here in the u.s. >>> burger king is happy to have survived a whopper of a prank. a hacker took over the company's twitter account and announced it had been bought by mcdonald's. the cyber thief replaced burger king's profile picture with the golden arches and posted some obscene messages, as well. burger king got twitter to suspend the account and welcomed all of their new followers
. >>> and one year from today, the olympic winter games begin in sochi russia. but apparently preparations are not on schedule. vladimir putin just fired a top olympic organizer after hearing about construction delays there. and another big concern, won't be any snow. sochi is in far southern russia. and has been quite warm this winter as it was last winter. putin is promising they'll have a backup plan. i have to believe that means snow. >>> lance armstrong is giving in this morning. at the last minute he decided to come clean to u.s. anti-doping authorities and cooperate with their investigation. his testimony under oath could help him win a reduction in his lifetime ban from sports. >>> and finally, imagine how much money you would have been paid if every time you checked your work e-mail from home or took a call from the boss after hours you got a little cash. a chicago police officer has filed a federal lawsuit claiming he's entitled to overtime pay because the boss expects him to check his blackberry when he's off-duty. at least one expert says -- maybe violates federal labor law, wh
ii men. they hope in russia that is true. the president, vladimir putin has called in the best-selling band for help. he's invited them to perform next week in hopes of giving russian couples inspiration in time for valentine's day. putin wants three babies in every home. >> boyz ii men is baby making? >> scotty, stop. >> you're on camera, josh and sam, behave. >>> finally, on sunday, who is more sure handed, the ravens or the 49ers. but the big losers during the game could be millions of american who is fumble their phones. i'm guilty of this. new research from square trade finds 23 million americans have damaged their phones or tablets during sporting events by dropping them on the floor, into liquid. >> your drink? >> i have dropped my phone into a drink. >> have you? >> it was once. or a toilet. but we have tips for you the protect your phone. they incleed keeping it at hand but not in your hand during game. count to ten if you're angry about a play. don't throw it at the television. never take your phone to the bathroom. >> right, right. xwroourz going make a call while yo
'll engage russia to seek further reductions in our nuclear arsenals and continue leading the global effort to secure nuclear materials that could fall into the wrong hands. because our ability to influence depends on our willingness to lead and meet our obligations. america must also face the rapidly growing threat from cyber attacks. now -- we know hackers steal people's identities and infiltrate private e-mails. we know foreign countries and companies swipe our corporate secrets. now, our enemies are also seeking the ability to sabotage our power grid. our financial institutions. our air traffic control systems. we cannot look back years from now and wonder why we did nothing in the face of real threats to our security and our economy. that's why earlier today, i signed a new executive order that will strengthen our cyber defenses by increasing information sharing and developing standards to protect our national security, our jobs and our privacy. but now -- now congress must act, as well, by passing legislation to give our government a greater capacity to secure our networks and deter a
in what happened over in the skies over russia. >> that's incredible. this is a new website called >> that's incredible. this is a new website called fake inter y. i anderson cooper.. as parent, you want t to make sure that your child knows how to d deal with bullying when they seeee it happening. and chances are, they want to help but they don't really know how. teach them that the best thing to do is calmly walk away, findnd a teaeacher or other alt, and spspeak up. and your part--be that adudult they can t calk to and trust will listen. join me to help stop bullying. go to stopbullying.gov to find out more. >>> this morning on "world news now," inferno investigation. a gas explosion and fast-moving flames race through a popular kansas city district full of shops and restaurants. >> what investigators are finding this morning after a fire that burned for hours. it's wednesday, february 20th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm diana perez. we'll get to the kansas city fire investigation in our top story. and also this morni
in russia scrambling after last week's dramatic meteor crash. the most sought-after rocks are not from the heavens. but from a heist. >> i need you to suit up. >> reporter: it sounds like a scene ripped straight from a hollywood heist movie. >> good plan. how did you figure it out? >> reporter: overnight, eight masked and armed men, breaking on to the tarmac at brussels airport, ambushing this swiss plane, just loaded with tens of millions of dollars worth of diamonds. according to belgian tv reports, the brazen thieves cut a hole through this security fence and drove on to the tarmac, making off with more than $50 million worth of rough diamonds in just a matter of minutes. officials are now saying this could be one of the biggest diamond heists of all-time. back in november, these bold leather-clad burglars road motorcycles into this london mall, a stunning smash and grab caught on camera. >> it's really scary. we have some young girls that work for us. >> reporter: the six robbers made off with hundreds in thousands in diamond-crusted cartier and rolex watches. but this morning, bel
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